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Feb 10, 2013 8:00pm EST
pursuing in a grand campaign his civil war was the tax campaign. he poured his energy into that instead and did prevail in the tax campaign in 1926. he won the presidency out standingly. can you imagine your son dies and you win in 1924 as president beating the third party, the progressive party and the democrats come bind. the republicans had the absolute majority in 1924 even though a lot of the progress ives were former republicans. so he was tremendously popular because of his perseverance in part. but this story of calvin just came over thesm. and you can see after the presidency mrs. coolidge felt free to write about calvin. they didn't go out in sorrow about the child. afterwards there is a poem that we have that she wrote and of course it changed their life forever. calvin it was child who expresses the things you want expressed but i want to give credit to john for opening the window to john, not competing with him. calvin said when he worked in the tobacco field, that's the photo -- someone said if my dad were vice president or president i wouldn't work in any tobacco field. c
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